Baroque Voices Sunday Concert

Baroque Voices

Baroque Voices was founded in June 1994 by Wellington-based soprano Pepe Becker. They are a vocal consort which specialises in pre-Classical music written for ensembles with one voice to a part. 
Its size varies according to the particular demands of the repertoire for each concert or project. The group has a core of singers with considerable experience in both choral and solo performance, especially in the field of early music. Several of its members have studied in Europe – the director, Pepe Becker, studied singing with Jessica Cash in London and then Baroque Singing with Marius van Altena at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, 1991-93.

These singers are all committed to using appropriate vocal techniques, ornaments and styles, based on what is known about the performance practices, resources and musical ideals of the era in which music was written. Baroque Voices are equally at home in the world of contemporary music, for which the group also has a growing reputation.

reviewers have said:

“… a performance that could have come from one of the world’s finest specialist ensembles.” 
- The Evening Post

“Baroque Voices…this wonderful group…marvellous precision, a clarity that is all-revealing.” 
- The Dominion Post

“Baroque Voices… revealed the true beauty of the human voice.” 
- Southland Times

Performers:

 Pepe Becker (dir.) - soprano, shruti box

Nicola Holt - soprano

Katherine Hodge - alto

Kenneth Trass - tenor

Peter Dyne - tenor 

David Morriss - bass

When

  • Sunday, 30 April 2017 | 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Location

Te Takere, 10 Bath Street, Levin 5510  View Map

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